Puberty and Menstrual Health 2 (Powerpoint)

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Published on 2020 June 23rd

Developed as a supplement or reference for teachers in conducting learning sessions with teachers, in teaching, or in extracurricular activities of children.

Curriculum Information

K to 12
Grade 7, Grade 8, Grade 4, Grade 9, Grade 5, Grade 6, Grade 10
Physical Education, Health
Personal health Nutrition Personal Health Growth and Development Family Health I Family Health II
Educators, Learners
Describes a mentally emotionally and socially healthy person Discusses the effects of mental emotional and social health concerns on ones health and well being Describes the physical emotional and social changes during puberty Accepts changes as a normal part of growth and development Describes common misconceptions related on puberty Assesses the issues in terms of scientific basis and probable effects on health Describes the common health issues and concerns during puberty Accepts that most of these concerns are normal consequence of bodily changes during puberty but one can learn to manage them Demonstrates empathy for persons undergoing these concerns and problems Discusses the negative health impact and ways of preventing major issues such as early and unwanted pregnancy Demonstrates ways to manage pubertyrelated health issues and concerns Discusses the importance of seeking the advice of professionals trusted and reliable adults in managing pubertyrelated health issues and concerns Differentiates sex from gender Identifies factors that influence gender identity and gender roles Gives examples of how male and female gender roles are changing Discusses the concept of holistic health Explains the dimensions of holistic health physical mental intellectual emotional social and moralspiritual Analyzes the interplay among the health dimensions in developing holistic health Practices health habits to achieve holistic health Describes developmental milestones as one grow Describes changes in different aspects of growth that happen to boys and girls during adolescence Explains that the pattern of change during adolescence is similar but the pace of growth and development is unique for each adolescent Identifies health concerns during adolescence Applies coping skills in dealing with health concerns during adolescence

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